Dr. Tracy Dinh is a dedicated and compassionate dentist born in Da Nang, Vietnam, and immigrated to the United States with her family in 1993. She has a background in nursing and pursued her passion for dentistry by attending the Medical College of Georgia, where she graduated in 2013.
Following graduation, Dr. Dinh served as a nurse caring for neonates in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Northside Hospital. She enjoyed working alongside her team members to teach families how to care for their special-needs babies. On her days off, Dr. Dinh would hang out with her predoctoral friends. One of them invited her to visit a dental office, where she found herself surrounded by children getting their teeth cleaned and having braces put on. She enjoyed the experience with the children so much that she returned to school to become a dentist.
Dr. Dinh got accepted into the Medical College of Georgia to study dentistry in 2009. She continued to work as a nurse while attending dental school until her graduation in 2013. Soon after graduation, she was blessed with the opportunity to work with children at Peachtree Children's Dentistry, where she gained invaluable experience.
Dr. Dinh's goal is to deliver dental care to all patients compassionately and to the best of her ability. When she's not practicing, she likes to meditate, eat, and spend time with her loved ones in her spare time. Dr. Dinh doesn't have kids yet but hopes that she will one day.
Darcey J. Taylor is a general dentist practicing many disciplines of dentistry for more than 30 years. Dr. Taylor earned his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia. He has since developed a practice philosophy that continues to be the absolute conservative preservation of natural dentition and its comprehensive restoration. He considers dentistry to be his ministry.
Dr. Taylor has consistently improved his skills through countless continuing education courses. He serves as an adjunct clinical professor at the Medical College of Georgia, sharing his experiences and knowledge with the graduating senior class of dental students during their externship rotations.
Dr. Taylor is married with two children and enjoys traveling, being a jazz music fanatic, and being an accomplished artist in his mind.
Dr. Angelique Rodgers has more than two decades of experience in creating beautiful smiles in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a graduate of Emory University. After graduating from Meharry Medical College School of Dentistry, she attended Howard University College of Dentistry, where she completed an orthodontic residency. Dr. Rodgers stays on the cutting-edge of the latest advancements in orthodontics by keeping memberships with many professional organizations.
Dr. Rodgers is compassionate and enjoys getting to know each patient as she welcomes them to the orthodontic family. She believes in a multidisciplinary approach to dentistry and works closely with the dental team to provide comprehensive treatment that addresses the individual needs of her patients. Over the years, Dr. Rodgers has treated many patients and created thousands of beautiful, healthy smiles.
Dr. Rodgers loves spending time with her husband and three children. During her leisure time, she enjoys traveling and has been to five continents. She enjoys meeting people and experiencing new cultures.
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Great place and super friendly staff. Glad we found this place. The appointment system online was really easy. They also spaced everything out inside for covid purposes.
Dr. Carlos Diamonon and the whole staff are so pleasant and caring. I came in with extreme pain. Dr. Diamonon diagnosed the problem immediately. I needed 2 root canals immediately. They went to work right away. What a relief. They followed up with calls to ensure I was recovering properly. Even though I don’t love going to the dentist, I was so grateful for everyone.